1 in collaboration with International Conference Participatory local welfare, citizenship and third sector organizations. What is at stake? Pisa (Italy) - Polo Carmignani - Piazza dei Cavalieri 2013, 31 st January - 1 st February Conference Program Draft_2012/10/29
2 2013, 31 st January 2013, 1 st February Plenary session (1) Registration Thematic sessions (1) Thematic sessions (2) Plenary session (2) Plenary session (3) Welcome Marco Augello (Rector, University of Pisa) (to be confirmed) Stream 1: Stream 1: Return Speeches by Streams Coordinators and Debate Chairs: Matteo Villa, Gabriele Tomei (Univeristy of Pisa) Participation for what? Challenges, risks and opportunities for the present and future of welfare state Stefano Ragghianti (President, Volunteer and Participation Foundation) Stream 2: Stream 2: STREAM 1. Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste) Chair: John Clarke (Open University) Paolo Nello (Director, Department of Political Science) Introduction: Riccardo Guidi (Volunteer and Participation Foundation) The participation shift in public policy: what is at stake? Chair: Matteo Villa (University of Pisa) Keynote lecture: John Clarke (Open University) Stream 3: Stream 4: Stream 5: Stream 6: Stream 3: Stream 4: Stream 5: Stream 6: STREAM 2. Vando Borghi (University of Bologna) STREAM 3. Nicoletta Stame, Veronica Lo Presti (University of Roma La Sapienza) STREAM 4. Laurent Fraisse (LISE / CNAM- CNRS), Stefania Sabatinelli (Polytechnic of Milano) STREAM 5. Rik van Berkel (University of Utrecht) STREAM 6. Marisol Garcia (Univeristy of Barcelona) Keynote lectures: Ugo Ascoli (University of Ancona) Rik van Berkel (University of Utrecht) Marisol Garcia (Univeristy of Barcelona) Yuri Kazepov (University of Urbino) Closing remarks by Riccardo Guidi (Volunteer and Participation Foundation) Gabriele Tomei, Matteo Villa (University of Pisa) Discussant: Vando Borghi (University of Bologna) Light Lunch Coffee Break Coffee Break Departures
3 Stream 1 Top-down and bottom-up: aspects, relations and implications of emerging forms of regulated participation and grassroot mobilization Coordinator: Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste) Enrico Gargiulo, Mario Colombo (University of Genova) The discourses of the local welfare: a comparison between four big Italian cities. Nicole Kerschen, Morgan Sweeney (University Paris West Nanterre La Défense/ENS Cachan) Participative democracy and the European governance in social policy. Maria Fabbri, Barbara Imbergamo, Margherita Mugnai (Sociolab) Why discuss about a Mosque through a participatory process. Zora Kovacic (University Autonoma of Barcelona) Why the disillusionment with participation? Nataliya Velikaya (Department of Political Sociology of RSUH) Metamorphosis of civil discontent: prospects of new Russian protest movements. Kida Danielle Daigle (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University) Japanese Municipal Government Disincentives to Local Political Participation. Giovanni Lonati, Sebastian Saborio (University IUAV of Venezia) Social participation and mitigation figures: a concertation paradigm with an anti-conflictual function. Francesca Oliva (ActiveChange) The use of approaches and methodologies benefits and implications of AI (Contributed Paper). Svetlana Erpyleva (European University at St. Petersburg) From political rally to civic initiative: the evolution of the forms of political participation during pos-election protests in Russia (Contributed Paper).
4 Stream 2 Promoting social participation at local level: theoretical and practical issues Coordinator: Vando Borghi (University of Bologna) Antonio Augusto Pereira Prates (Minas Gerais Federal University) Social capital, weak ties and patronage as alternative paths for poor communities to get access to collective goods. Ralf Och (University of Hamburg) How can civil society representatives influence local social policy? Political Participation of senior representatives in municipal elderly care policies in Ease and West Germany. Anna Cossetta, Patrizia Cappelletti (University of Genova) Partecipation ad a product of generativity: reflection on some case studies. Alfredo Mela, Fabio Sbattella (Polytechnic of Torino) Communities, emergencies and participation. Stefania Spapperi, Ludovica Socci and Margherita Mugnai (Oxfam Italy) Piloting a Ward Based Planning scheme in BCMM as a way to foster public participation in local development plans. Michela Freddano (University of Genova) Parental involvement in School life and effects on student s citizenship education. Alessandro Maggioni (University of Milano Bicocca) The role of policy instruments in structuring participation process: the use of mayor s orders within social services in the city of Milan. Massimo Bricocoli, Alessandro Coppola (Polytechnic of Milano) Changing policy, changing place: the urban effects of welfare innovation. The case of the Paolo Pini Area in the city of Milan.
5 Stream 3 The role of evaluation in the implementation of participatory institutional processes Coordinators: Nicoletta Stame, Veronica Lo Presti (University of Roma La Sapienza) Session 1. Evaluation, participation and decision-making Mauro Palumbo, Claudio Torrigiani (University of Genova) Participatory evaluation in the field of social policies: who, what, how and why. Carla Vetro (University of Salerno) A network approach for the evaluation of decision-making processes in a project of social policy for disadvantaged families. Gabriele Tomei (University of Pisa) When evaluation is too complex. Participative approach as a need (and a challenge) for evaluation of Paris Declaration principles in UNDP programme at decentralized level. Iskender Dolek, Nurullah Ulutas (Mus Alparslan University) Global Warming, the Crisis of Global climate and the Notion of Immigration and Multi-culturalism. Session 2. Participatory approaches in decentralized institutions PART A) Mita Marra (University of Salerno) Decentralizing information processing and decision making through evaluation. Andrea Giraldi (University of Firenze) Institutional participation in crisis? An unofficial evaluation of n.69/2007 Tuscan Law. Giuseppe Moro, Laura Tagle (Evaluation Unit of Regione Puglia) Fostering policy dialogue through evaluation quality enhancement devices: the role of steering groups in the regional government of Puglia s evaluation strategy.
6 PART B) Carl Christian Bachke (University of Agder) Do we need a vacation policy for marginalized youth? Cecilia Cappelli, Areta Sobieraj (Oxfam Italy) Democratic Participation by Secondary School Students in Tuscany Laura Remaschi et al (University of Firenze) Relationship between adolescents at high school: using innovative methodologies to foster adolescent active citizenship and to challenge social injustice on migration phenomenon.
7 Stream 4 Public, for profit and not for profit actors: changing roles and relations, and the effects on rights, duties and the welfare institutional building Coordinators: Laurent Fraisse (LISE / CNAMCNRS), Stefania Sabatinelli (Polytechnic of Milano) Karl Henrik Sivesind (Institute for Social Research Elisenberg) Outsourcing of Scandinavian welfare societies? Consequences of private and nonprofit service provision for active citizenship. Rosangela Lodigiani (University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milano) Welfare privatization in Italy: between erosion of the welfare state and opportunities for social innovation. Bastian Jantz, Tanja Klenk (University of Potsdam) From a provider to a market regulator? The changing role of the German Federal Employment Agency, causes and consequences. Patrizia Aurich, Paolo Graziano, Katharina Zimmermann (University of Oldenburg) Stakeholder Participation and Policy Integration in Local Social and Employment Policies: Germany and Italy compared. Matteo Bassoli, Benedetta Trivellato (Bocconi University) Integrating and Decentralizing the employment services. The case of Lombardy and Milan. Ralf Och (University of Hamburg) Participation of service providers in local policy processes. Experiences from municipal care policies in Germany. Annette Angerman, Werner Eichhorst. (German Association for Public and Private Welfare) How to develop formal personal and household services in the local context? Lessons from European countries. Ilaria Madama, Franca Maino (University of Milano) Work-life balance policies as a multi-level, molti-stakeholder policy challenge. The case of Territorial Network for Conciliation in Lombardy.
8 Matteo Orlandini (University of Bologna) Public-private Partnership: the mechanism of reflexivity as the base of social and participatory action. Gabriella Civico (European Volunteer Centre) The changing perspectives, in the context of the economic crisis and consequential austerity measures, on the role of volunteers and volunteer organisations in the delivery of welfare services. Tommaso Fabbri, Massimo Neri, Francesca Mattioli (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia) Work life balance in a perspective of partecipatoy governance. A case of innovative dynamics in policy making in Reggio Emilia. Elena Elia, Paola Tola (Qubica soc. coop a r.l., Italy) Caring for non self-sufficient elderly people: contributions to the Tuscan welfare system from a strategic alliance between voluntary associations and public institutions. Findings and comments from an empirical study. (Contributed Paper) Flavia Piperno, Mara Tognetti (CeSPI-Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale) Towards a transnational governance of care needs stemming from migration: the Albanian case. (Contributed Paper)
9 Stream 5 The risks of exclusion embedded in the institutional processes and within the street level practices aimed at promoting social participation Coordinator: Rik van Berkel (University of Utrecht) Vanesa Fuertes, Ronald McQuaid (Edinburgh Napier University) The Work Programme: a new public governance policy or a continuation of new public management? Paolo Rossi (University of Milano Bicocca) Beyond the inclusion vs. exclusion dichotomy: multiple and situated meanings of the access to social services. Marco Alberio, Diane Gabrielle Tremblay (University Sainte Anne of Canada) Performing from a social and economic point of view: the case of the Work Integration Social Enterprises in Quebec. Vanna Riva (University of Milano Bicocca) What competences can promote the participation? Maria Augusta Nicoli and others (Health and Social Regional Agency - Emilia Romagna) Community Lab. Innovation in local planning with the participation of communities in Emilia Romagna (Italy). Andrea Conficoni, Marco Emilio, Nicola Vendramin (Il Sestante Coop.Soc. Treviso Onlus) Participatory Processes and Local Communities Promoting. New Social Subjectivities in Territorial Welfare Policies and Services. Mario Marcolin and Paolo Tomasin (e-labora, Reti di ContaminAzioni Socioeconomiche) Following the stakes in participatory local welfare. The case of Friuli Venezia Giulia Area Plans experiences.
10 Stream 6 Participation for what? Social cohesion and citizens strategies in the context of economic crisis Coordinator: Marisol Garcia (Univeristy of Barcelona) Erini. I Vlachopoulou, George O. Tsobanoghou (University of the Aegean) Participation and insularity: Challenges in a European framework at a time of financial crisis a case study from Greece. Iona Matysiak (University of Warsaw) Mothers as citizens. The case study of the activities of MaMa Foundation in Warsaw. Rossana Trifiletti, Elena Elia, Luigi Remaschi (University of Firenze) Childcare as a support to families in the financial crisis: the role of voluntary associations in Tuscany facing local welfare retrenchment. Paolo Boccagni, Flaviano Zandonai (University of Trento) Social enterprises and user-as-citizen participation: promises and dilemmas in the Italian case. Andrea Salvini, Dania Cordaz, Carolina Nuti (University of Pisa) How volunteering generate and sustain social cohesion? Voluntary social structure and culture. Elisa Galli (Municipality of Capannori), Riccardo Guidi, Sara Tomei (Volunteer and Participation Foundation) Under Pressure. (Self)Revising critically a welfare participation project in an italian local context. Ping Huang (Université du Québec à Montréal) Community action for the democratization of information and communication technology (ICT): towards a new solidarity to rebuild social cohesion.
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